{LOCAL} Giveaway: $50 OFF a Kilpatrick Fall Share

If you ever wanted to try a CSA Program, and you live in the Capital Region, this might be the time to give it a go! Kilpatrick Family Farm is generously giving ONE of our readers a coupon for $50 off a regular or micro fall share.

You can read about the farm in my post about their July 31st tour. Let me tell you that all of the From Scratch family are VERY JEALOUS of the future winner. Many of us have already signed up for the farm’s fall share program. A discount on a CSA share is extremely rare and very generous. Don’t let this giveaway pass you by…

The Details:

$50 off $275 REGULAR fall share, your price: $225


$50 off $175 for a micro fall share, your price: $125

The fall share runs from October 16th-December 31st – you get the full range of fall and early winter crops.
A regular share is about 6 to 8 items a week. A micro share is about 3-4 items a week.

Available only at Saturday pickup locations: Glens Falls or Saratoga Farmer’s Market or their farm on Fridays & Saturdays. The great thing about this CSA is that most of the share you get to pick the items. Kilpatrick will specify a few items, but the rest if up to you! Very convenient if you have a specific meal plan in mind for the week ahead.
Read more on their website.


1) Open to residents within the region who have a way to pick up their share during pick-up times and locations. No shipping available.

2) Giveaway ends at midnight Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010. The winner will be announced on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010.

3) We will be picking the winning comment randomly via random.org.

4) All entries will be in the form of a comment below. You can comment up to 5 times by doing the following:

– 1st comment: answer this question, What is one of your favorite fall or early winter recipe?
– 2nd comment: link to this blog/giveaway on your Facebook page, then comment below that you did so.
– 3rd comment: twitter about this giveaway, then comment below that you did so.
– 4th comment: sign up for Kilpatrick Family Farm’s newsletter, here, then comment below that you did so.
– 5th comment: “like” the Kilpatrick Family Farm on Facebook, then comment below that you did so! (If you’re already a fan of the Kilpatrick Family Farm on Facebook, then ask your friends to like the farm on your Facebook profile.)

Again, ALL entries (up to five total) need to be in the form of a comment below. Other comments on other blog posts will not count towards this giveaway. GOOD LUCK!


47 Comments Add yours

  1. Amy H. says:

    My favorite fall recipes are homemade soups/’stoups’/and chilis made in the slow-cooker. One of my other favs, Curried Chicken (or Turkey) Meatballs with Couscous, Butternut Squash and Apples can be found on my old and mostly abandoned site: http://adkmuslimah.multiply.com/recipes/item/1/Curried_Chicken_or_Turkey_Meatballs_with_Couscous_Butternut_Squash_and_Apples

  2. Amy H. says:

    consider yourself FB linked 🙂 (don’t use Twitter)

  3. Amy H. says:

    I subscribe to KFF’s newsletter 🙂

  4. Amy H. says:

    I am already a fan of KFF on FB and i think about a third of my FB friends ‘like’ them as well 🙂 Mentioning them again 🙂

  5. Kyla says:

    So hoping I win this!!
    My fave fall recipe is curried butternut squash soup.

  6. Rebecca S. says:

    Favorite Fall/Early Winter Recipe: Has got to be hands down…..ANYTHING Butternut Squash…..roasted, baked, soups…..ANYTHING that’s got Butternut Squash in it…..this is my first year with Kilpatrick Farms, so I can’t wait for Fall with them….hoping to even make some B.Squash pancakes: http://www.organicauthority.com/organic-food-recipes/breakfast/organic-butternut-squash-pancakes.html

  7. Rebecca S. says:

    Posted the giveaway link to my Facebook. 🙂

  8. Rebecca S. says:

    Have an old Twitter account that I don’t use, but posted link…. 🙂

  9. Rebecca S. says:

    Already receive the KFF Newsletter, but will suggest to friends. 🙂

  10. Rebecca S. says:

    Kilpatrick Family Farms had me at “Organic”…..I’ve “liked” them long before it became the fad to do so on Facebook. 😉 ….but I have now “re-shared” the Kilpatrick Family Farms Group on my Facebook page and suggested my friends to like them too. 🙂

  11. My favorite fall recipe is APPLESAUCE. Nothing beats fall ripe apples and the taste of homemade apple sauce. Love it! I made some just yesterday in fact!

  12. Okay – I posted the giveaway link to my facebook page. I’m torn on this 2nd entry to win though. Now I’ve told my friends to enter too, lowering my chances of winning. boo! =)

  13. And I signed up for the newsletter. I’m entried out!

  14. JennyJenny says:

    My Favorite Fall Recipe is Moroccan Style Chicken and Root Veggie Stew available at Epicurious with this link http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Moroccan-Style-Chicken-and-Root-Vegetable-Stew-4635 It’s absolutly delightful and hearty as well as healthy and versitle, you can swap or add nearly any ingredient as needed or desired. Love this recipe for the fuzzy warm feeling it leaves you with after everyone’s scraped the pot for the last drop!!

  15. JennyJenny says:

    You’ve officially been FB’ed!!

  16. JennyJenny says:

    and Tweeted! 😉

  17. JennyJenny says:

    I am a subscriber to the fabulous News Letter. PS The newsletter pics are beautiful! Very impressive!

  18. JennyJenny says:

    Been friends with Kilpatrick Family Farm for some time now, just invited a number of friends to be fans as well!! So excited to see who wins this fabulous prize! Looking forward to purchasing my CSA regardless! Thanks y’all!!

  19. Shannon says:

    I LOVE making and, of course, eating applesauce. I love it on it’s own, or I serve it with pork. It’s just a perfect food for fall!

  20. Megan says:

    This is really exciting! I am in my 2nd year towards getting a masters from the University at Albany, NY and I am concentrating in regional planning, transportation and healthy food access. I would love to win and participate in this!!

  21. Brad says:

    My favorite fall or early winter recipe is for Butternut Squash Soup

  22. Brad says:

    FB Link Done

  23. Brad says:

    Sorry, Brad doesn’t Twit

  24. Brad says:

    Subscribed and Confirmed

  25. Brad says:

    FB Likey Kilpatrick

  26. Kris says:

    It’s a toss up between carrot ginger soup or squash apple soup. Both yummy and warm the tummy on a cool fall or winter afternoon.

  27. Kris says:

    Posted link.

  28. Kris says:

    subsribed to newsletter

  29. Kris says:

    Already “like” KFF, but asked others to do the same.

  30. Dianna Goodwin says:

    my favorite fall recipe is to make cider with our friend’s cider press and Saratoga Apple apples, then lace it with vodka. Preferably with 10 of my closest friends helping me make cider.

    1. Christina says:

      Do I count as part of that inner circle? Sounds yummy.

      1. Dianna Goodwin says:

        sure. I will let you know when the cider happens. Probably columbus day weekend sunday, but maybe the next weekend.

        1. Christina says:

          Could I document it for the blog? I would love to show how cider is made. especially since i have no idea.

  31. Kristin says:

    My face fall recipe is chili.

  32. Colleen says:

    Just “liked” Kilpatrick Family Farm on facebook. I’ll spread the word.

  33. Susan says:

    My favorite fall dish is roasted butternut squash soup. Roast the butternut squash, scoop out insides, saute a diced onion in a little butter (or oil) and brandy. Cook till brandy cooks down and onion is translucent, add pinch of salt, puree until smooth in blender along with some milk, veggie broth and vanilla bean or extract. Heat up on stove- fabulous,
    original recipe from William Sonoma

  34. Dianna Goodwin says:

    already facebooked some time ago

  35. Dianna Goodwin says:

    and now I subscribed to their email too.

  36. Melissa says:

    Warm apple pie!!

  37. Melissa says:

    Shared on facebook.

  38. Lindsay says:

    Fave recipie is butternut squash soup

  39. Marianne Russell says:

    My favorite fall/early winter recipe is sweet potatoes roasted with canned crushed pineapple in juice (to avoid using oil) and a handful of fresh cranberries thrown in. Yum!

  40. Dianna Goodwin says:

    I would rather sacrifice a toe than tweet, sorry.

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